LSE:UKOG (UK Oil & Gas plc)

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UK Oil & Gas plc (LSE: UKOG)
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The UKOG share price is up 30% since August. Time to buy?

UK Oil & Gas (LON: UKOG) has completed its latest drilling operation, hitting what it calls a sweet spot.

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Here’s what I’d do about the UKOG share price right now

The outlook for the UKOG share price is getting better every day as the company pushes forward with its drilling…

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Forget the UKOG share price! Here’s what I’d buy instead for 2020

Lack of clarity on UKOG's progress makes it a less investment-friendly choice than companies with good track records.

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The UKOG share price: Is it set to soar in 2020?

The UK Oil & Gas (LON: UKOG) share price has been picking up. But why, and does it indicate the…

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The UKOG share price has plummeted 22%. Is it now a steal for investors?

After surging in September, the UKOG share price has crashed in recent days. This could be an opportunity for investors…

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The UKOG share price is flying. Time to buy?

G A Chester looks at the investment case for 'Gatwick Gusher' stock UK Oil & Gas after two months of…

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Can Tullow Oil beat the UKOG share price, as both head upwards?

The Tullow Oil plc (LON: TLW) and UK Oil & Gas plc (LON: UKOG) share prices have been rebounding. A…

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Thinking about buying the UKOG share price? Here’s what you need to know

What's behind the UK Oil & Gas plc (LON: UKOG) share price's recent rally?

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Frequently Asked Questions

According to the company’s website, the number of shares in issue and available for trading by the public is 16bn. This includes the issue of 2.6bn new shares in 2021. Less than 0.1% of the total shares are restricted and owned by insiders.

According to the company’s unaudited half-year income statement ended 31 March 2021, it made a loss of £1m. As an early exploration oil and gas business, UKOG does not pay a dividend.